Combining post-Chicago fire buildings with the recent influx of residents and company headquarters locations, see how buildings in the West Loop have adapted to spaces for families to live, work and play. Stroll by an abundance of cutting-edge dining spots that encourage tourists to mix with the locals and tap into an assortment of activities, with the United Center in close proximity. Learn of the early Greek immigrants who arrived in the West Loop and of their lasting traditions that remain today.
To get to Haymarket Pub, walk one block south, four blocks west of the Clinton Green Line stop. The tour ends halfway between Jackson and Adams on Halsted near several Greek restaurants. Bus service is present north—south on Halsted (#8) back to near the Green Line and east—west on Van Buren (#126) back to near the Green, Red and Blue "L" train lines in the Loop.
- Many tours sell out. To guarantee your space advance reservations are strongly recommended.
- Your safety is our priority. The itinerary of this tour may be altered in accordance with health and safety policies and considerations.
- Participants of this tour must be 21 years of age or older.
- Participants will pay for their own drinks at each stop.
- Ticket price includes entrance to the Chicago Architecture Center within 7 days of your tour. View the CAC's hours.
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